Welcome to JD the DJ's home on the Web!
JD the DJ is J. Douglas, and you can hear him on New Orleans' Oldies Station,
94.3 FM, Monday through Friday from 7 PM to Midnight. It's "The Rock 'n' Roll
Flight to Midnight." You'll also find him there on Sundays from 1 PM 'til
6 PM. Plenty of New Orleans soul and that old time rock 'n' roll! Here
on the Web, you can make your song request, and
The Radio Museum is loaded with pictures of radio stations and events,
with emphasis on those in New Orleans. You can also listen to
the way radio was, mostly in New Orleans.
Drop into the Concert Museum and check out the photos of New Orleans
area concerts, from Jeff Fest to Jazz Fest, and old venues like A Warehouse on
Tchoupitoulas Street (it ain't dere no more).
2013 including Fleetwood Mac is
here, and just added, Earth Day '77
in City Park Stadium., and Van Halen.
Check out the Rock 'n' Roll Almanac to see what happened on this day in
Complete listing of the stations within 50 miles of New Orleans, and their
WTIX-FM Song Request
Got a song you want to hear? The WTIX-FM Song Request page is the place to
Plenty of links to other interesting Web sites mostly related to radio and music.
ROCK 100 and Top 40
Find out how your favorite song or artist performed on the Billboard charts
between 1954 and 1991, courtesy of New Orleans area author Jim Quirin, whose book,
ROCK 100, is the definitive ranking of the
top 100 hits from each of those
years. Just type in a song title, an artist's name, or a year. There
are even links to listen to them.
If your song didn't make the ROCK 100, but did make the Top 40 in 1954-2000, you
can find out how well it did by searching the Top 40.
Some deejays never go beyond "time and temperature," but here's the complete New
Orleans weather picture.
Something on your mind besides a song request? Use the link above to
JD doesn't do a talk show, but if he did, he might talk about anything.
Here's the current edition:
Fun With Telemarketers
I had a little fun with a telemarketer last night. To be precise, it was a
research company, purportedly with a "survey" it wanted me to take. But
"research" is often a disguise for telemarketers, since that exempts them from
the requirement to respect the Do Not Call Registry. They'll ask one "survey"
question, then launch into a sales pitch for whatever they're selling.
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